As most predicted, King, a North Carolina State recruit, turned in a historic senior season. In some games, she scored at will, pairing a stunning 51 goals with 14 assists. She had 17 multiple-goal games. Her 106 career goals were a Winslow school record.
Fadio was again one of the most well-rounded offensive talents in New Jersey. She recorded 26 goals and 13 assists. After setting Audubon's career scoring record as a junior, Fadio set a new record with every goal she scored this season, finishing with 103.
Ulmer stepped up for a Braves team replacing a ton of graduated talent entering this season. She paired 24 goals with nine assists while leading the Williamstown to a 16-5 record and a Tri-County Royal Division title.
A four-year starter and two-year captain, McGoey was the senior leader of yet another solid campaign for Cherokee. Her 19 goals gave her 36 for her career, good enough for fifth all-time at Cherokee.
Palladino is a dynamic athlete, mixing polish with power. Her booming kicks combined with her elite finesse on the ball made her one of the state's most dangerous players. The Rutgers recruit tied the single-season Shawnee records for goals (21) and assists (18), and she led Shawnee to a
South Jersey Group 4 championship.
Thompson was a rock, and at times, an unsung hero for South Jersey's top team. She paired 12 goals with nine assists and was instrumental in the Vikings' school-record 21 wins, fourth consecutive Olympic Conference American Division title, Coaches Tournament championship, and appearance in the sectional Group 4 final.
Stoner handled the spotlight admirably this season for one of South Jersey's high-profile teams. The Towson recruit recorded four goals and five assists while providing senior leadership for a young Lenape team which had another solid season.
Renegades coach Drew Wagner describes Hartwell-Miller, a St. Joseph's recruit, as the best back his program has ever had ) a bold statement for one of the state's top programs. Playing a grueling Olympic Conference American Division schedule, Shawnee recorded 15 shutouts and allowed more than one goal one twice in 25 games.
Williams, a Georgetown recruit, was the total package for Winslow, mixing excellent field awareness and leadership with superior athleticism. She stretched her game into the offensive third of the field, and was instrumental in leading Winslow to a 14-6-1 record.